Neuromuscular massage and trigger point therapy are forms of massage that address chronic pain and restricted mobility. But do you know what they are and how they work?
In-Home Therapeutic Massage can explain how these types of massage therapy work and how they can serve to benefit your body.
What is Neuromuscular Massage and Trigger Point Therapy?
A trigger point is what massage therapists call tight muscular areas that trigger referral pain in other body parts. This referred pain can often cause pain and dysfunction that proves more problematic than the trigger area itself.
An unaddressed trigger point can create pain that reverberates through soft tissues and into the joints, the neck, and even cause headaches. This tightness can also restrict blood flow and movement, often leaving the area feeling worse.
Trigger Point Therapy refers to any type of deep tissue massage that promotes healing in these areas and offers pain relief. A combination of pressure from the massage and coordinated breathing will help slowly release the tension in these areas and encourage circulation to the area.
A neuromuscular therapist uses a form of manual therapy that directly addresses areas that are sore to touch and restrict range of motion. These types of conditions or injuries also send reverberating pain throughout the nervous system leaving you feeling miserable.
Neuromuscular therapy massages can help in relieving pain associated with muscle spasms, poor circulation and numbness, or ongoing conditions such as carpal tunnel. If you have issues with your back, joints, chronic pain from a sports injury or accident, or restricted range of motion, you can benefit from a neuromuscular massage.
What are the Benefits of Neuromuscular Massage and Trigger Point Therapy?
These types of massage therapies are phenomenal at relieving chronic and debilitating pain caused by trigger points. It does this by forcing the muscles associated with the pain to relax and allow blood to circulate properly. It may even be uncomfortable at times as your massage therapist applies heavy pressure to reach deep into the affected muscles.
You’ll be able to notice the benefits of massage after one session. However, continued therapy sessions can see a permanent reduction or total elimination of your pain. As the muscle begins to heal and receives better circulation, you’ll begin to see a better range of motion and improved posture.
Because of your newly relaxed state, you’ll also receive the benefits of improved immune and digestive functions, and increased ability to flush and remove toxins from the body.
Neuromuscular Massage and Trigger Point Therapy by In-Home Therapeutic Massage
In-Home Therapeutic Massage is a traveling massage therapy company that services every type of need. You shouldn’t have to live in pain and discomfort. We travel to your home, office, or wherever you are to take the stress out of planning appointments and travel. For assistance in relieving your stress and ailments, give us a call at (763)-290-1563 to schedule your visit today.
1/6/2022 08:24:49 am
My back has been hurting a ton lately, and I'm not sure what to do about it. It makes sense that I would want to get a massage specialist to help me out with this. That seems like a good way to ensure that I can relax a bit.
1/19/2022 02:25:59 am
It's great to know that there is something called neuromuscular massage therapy which is a type of deep tissue massage that could address certain conditions like carpal tunnel or back pain. I've been really wanting to have treatment for my back which has been aching for three years now. I might visit a therapist this weekend so I can start treatment sooner.
1/24/2022 04:56:35 am
Thank you for explaining that neuromuscular therapy massages can aid in easing pain associated with muscle spasms, poor circulation, numbness, or ongoing conditions such as carpal tunnel. My friend often gets muscle spasms probably because he works out a lot. I think having a massage will greatly help relieve his muscle spasms.
2/10/2022 09:08:53 pm
Great Post!! I have read your blog, it's very informative.
It got me when you said that the neuromuscular medical massage would be able to address pain through the trigger points. I would love to get that kind of treatment to finally prevent me from having headaches. My issue is that I always have this headache in the right back part of my head even after a long-night's sleep.
8/31/2022 10:40:42 pm
I love that you talked about healing in some areas with pain relief would be achieved with trigger point therapy which is any kind of deep tissue massage therapy. I should try this out to help me with my shoulder blade area and my lower back. The pain there started when I went for a surfing experience last month, so I hope this treatment can relieve me from that issue again.
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4/13/2023 12:59:43 pm
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